ლამპარი

Georgian edit

Etymology edit

From Old Georgian ლამპარი (lamṗari), from Old Armenian լամպար (lampar),[1][2][3] via Iranian ultimately from Ancient Greek λαμπάς (lampás).[4][5] Doublet of ლამპა (lamṗa).

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): /lampʼari/, [ɫampʼaɾi]
  • Hyphenation: ლამ‧პა‧რი

Noun edit

ლამპარი (lamṗari) (plural ლამპრები)

  1. lamp
    მეორე ღამეს, ჩვეულებისამებრ, ავანთე ლამპარი, დავწექ და დავიძინე.
    meore ɣames, čveulebisamebr, avante lamṗari, davc̣ek da daviʒine.
    On the second night, as usual, I lit up the lamp, went to bed and fell asleep.
  2. (dated) oil lamp
    ლამპარს მარად ზეთი უნდა უმატო, რომ პატრუქი არ გაქრეს
    lamṗars marad zeti unda umaṭo, rom ṗaṭruki ar gakres
    You have to constantly add oil to the oil lamp, so that the candlewick doesn't disappear.

Inflection edit

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Descendants edit

  • Svan: ნაჼმპა̈რ (nãmṗär)

References edit

  1. ^ Marr, N. Ja. (1911), “Бог Σαβάζιος у армян [The God Σαβάζιος among Armenians]”, in Известия Российской Академии Наук. VI серия[1] (in Russian), volume 5, issue 10, page 769, footnote 2
  2. ^ Ačaṙean, Hračʿeay (1973), “լամբար”, in Hayerēn armatakan baṙaran [Armenian Etymological Dictionary] (in Armenian), volume II, 2nd edition, a reprint of the original 1926–1935 seven-volume edition, Yerevan: University Press, pages 263a
  3. ^ Blake, Robert P., editor (1934) Epiphanius de Gemmis. The Old Georgian Version and the Fragments of the Armenian Version (Studies and Documents; 2)‎[2], and the Coptic-Sahidic Fragments by Henry De Vis, London: Christophers, page lxvi
  4. ^ Riabinin, Michel (1898), “Notes de lexicographie géorgienne. Examen du matériel emprunté”, in Mémoires de la Société de Linguistique de Paris[3] (in French), volume X, page 13
  5. ^ Kluge, Theodor (1913), “Die Indo-Germanischen Lehnwörter im Georgischen”, in Revue de linguistique et de philologie comparée[4] (in German), volume 46, Paris, page 217